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t asks:
Hi, I have thin hair and lately I have been changing my shampoo quite a bit. (twice this month) Before this change, I have been using another shampoo for about a month. Is constantly changing shampoo bad for the scalp or hair? I realized the shampoo that I am using contains sulphates which isnít very good for our scalp so I thought of switching it up with something milder.

I have also noticed that there some white spots at the front of my scalp which may be dandruff.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi T

Itís not a problem changing your shampoo brand often at all, itís just important that it works for you. The sulphate thing is a difficult one as if there is no sulphate there has to be a substitute so try not to worry and just chose what makes your hair feel best. Always rinse the shampoo from your hair and scalp thoroughly to prevent an itchy scalp or lank hair. The white spots donít sound like dandruff maybe to do with your facial moisturizer?

Kristijan Ostojic asks:
Hello my name is Kristijan and I want some frizure recommendation from expert? Can you help me please?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Kristijan

There are so many things that you can try but it is usually a combination of a few that works best, good luck! ...More >

- Use a moisturing shampoo

- Use a weekly moisturing hair treatment mask and cover with a plastic cap to allow as much moisture in as possible

- Use a cream conditioner every time you shampoo, leave it for 5 mins and comb through before rinsing

- Use a spray leave in moisturizing leave in conditioner and again comb through before leaving to dry or blowdrying

- Use medium heat and medium speed when blowdrying and a bristle brush if possible, blowdry your hair in sections as this way you have total control

- Use a silk pillow slip at night to prevent friction between the fabric and your hair

- Always brush your hair before going to bed this encourages the natural oils from the scalp

- Use an argan type oil on dry hair to keep it moisturized I really hope this helps, Kala

Carol asks:
Hi there

I get my hair professionally coloured, however, the colour always tends to lean towards golden and ideally I would like a "cream" blonde. I have tried to ask for this but all my hairdresser does is say sheíll use bleach - should I look for a new hairdresser or is there something more specific I need to ask for? Thanks Carol

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Carol

This is a very common request, sometimes in order to achieve a really creamy blonde you need to be a little bit lighter, or more ash in the colour so check that with your hairdresser. Otherwise you can use a colour conditioner perhaps in violet or silver that will neutralizer the unwanted warm golden tones yourself at home this way you have control of the end result colour? ...More >

Good luck

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